Coney Island Film Festival

Sunday, September 30, 2007, 7:30pm

Coney Island Museum, 1208 Surf Ave. @ W. 12th St.

Tickets are $6.00 (cash only).

By popular demand, we have added this second screening.

Tickets are available at the Sideshows By The Seashore box office from 12:30 pm - 7:30pm (day of). 3006 West 12th street off Surf Ave. Please note: No tickets are sold in the museum. You must purchase at Sideshows By The Seashore box office (which is around the corner) prior to entering. Box office phone -718-372-5159.

Mathematically Alive: A Story of Fandom

Joseph Coburn, Katherine Foronjy, New York, NY, USA, Documentary Feature, 90 minutes

Mathematically Alive-A story of fandom is an exploration of fandom with an intimate look into the lives of New York Mets fans. We set out to understand why Sports are such an integral part of American culture? What the affects of following a team are and more importantly why fans continue to invest so much emotion, time and money into their team?

Sport fandom is not just for men, and not just at the stadium. These are the stories of mothers, daughters, fathers and sons. They are the stories of any fan in America. We live in a 'sports culture,' and sport has become part of our everyday lives. For some it's an escape from reality, for others it forms their identity. Their fanaticism, not too far off from your own or someone you know, makes for a fascinating window into an often unexamined part of everyday life- Sports fandom.

Watch The Trailer

Official Site

Back to Coney Island Film Festival main page